Faithful Friends Nursing Home Ministry Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit Christian Ministry serving the elderly residents of healthcare facilities and the groups that visit with them. Because this includes people of various Christian faiths, we attempt to keep our presentations, resources, and recommendations in the mainstream of Christian tradition.
Here is our "Statement of Faith."
We affirm the historic Christian faith and proclaim the life-transforming Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Gospel is good news, the very best news anyone can hear.
The one living God, who eternally exists in three Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, loves everyone.
God uniquely revealed and inspired the Bible, so that it alone is Godís Word written, hence the Holy Scriptures are the only inerrant authority for what we believe about Godís moral law, salvation from sin and how we should live.
Since the disbelief and disobedience of Adam and Eve, all humans have failed to obey Godís two major laws summed up by the Lord Jesus Christ. We have failed to love God with our whole being and we have failed to love our neighbors as ourselves. People have become slaves to selfishness and are alienated from God and one another.
Jesusí death in our place reconciles us to God. His atoning sacrifice provided redemption from the power of sin, forgiveness for our guilt, and reconciliation to Himself and others. We become acceptable to God, or justified, not by works, but by Godís grace alone, through faith in Christ alone. We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, death on the cross to provide for our redemption, bodily resurrection and ascension into heaven, present ministry of intercession for us, and His return to earth in power and glory.
The Holy Spirit draws sinners to repentance, belief in the Gospel and trust in the risen Christ of whom it speaks. The Holy Spirit then assures believers of salvation, gives them gifts for servant ministries, and empowers them to meet the needs of the lost, the poor, and the oppressed.
All believers in the Lord Jesus Christ are members of His one international, multi-ethnic and transcultural body called the universal church. Its unity is displayed when we reach beyond racial and denominational lines to demonstrate the Gospelís reconciling power.
Our primary calling is to communicate the Gospel to everyone in our generation and nurture disciples. Nothing must divert us from carrying out our Lordís Great Commission until His glorious return to reign in righteousness.